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To celebrate his rise to the world’s 21st richest person with an estimated net worth of $28.5 billion, which is $1.5 billion more than the last estimate of his net worth last month, Mark Zuckerberg is giving us the gifts.
Menlo Park, California
To celebrate his rise to the world’s 21st richest person with an estimated net worth of $28.5 billion, which is $1.5 billion more than the last estimate of his net worth last month, Mark Zuckerberg is giving us the gifts.
Nearly half of immigrants facing deportation are now winning their cases before an immigration judge, their highest success rate in more than 20 years, according to a new analysis of court data published Thursday.
The U.S. government has been losing more deportation cases each year since 2009, according to the Transaction Records Clearinghouse at Syracuse University, which collects and studies federal prosecution records.
In 2009, Barack H. Obama II became President.
If the Feds are “losing” more deportation cases in front of immigration judges, it must mean two things: One, the Feds, i.e. Obama, are pretending to fight but really conceding, and two, more and more of the immigration judges deciding these cases are Obama appointees.
Then there’s another factor:
Even when the Feds win a deportation order from a judge, that rarely results in an actual physical removal, for a lot of reasons.
Remember this when you hear about Obama or Zuckerberg propaganda about the “deportations” that have supposedly happened or will supposedly happen. A “deportation” is starting the civil lawsuit paperwork process in front of an alien-friendly immigration judge that alien-friendly Presidents appoint. Half the time, the judge will rule in favor of the alien, meaning they get to stay. And in the half of the time when they rule against the alien, one thing or another precludes their actual removal.
What happens when you treat enemies like domestic criminals?
Which is why, contra to some of you who might be reading these words, I’m glad that the Seals plugged OBL at the Ritz-Carlton in Abbottabad, Pockeystahn. Because if they would have captured him alive, they might have brought him back stateside, where he would have gotten a civilian trial, Muslim jurors would have hung the jury, he would have gotten asylum in the country, and now he would have been the night manager of a 7/11 in Detroit.
But I can see how they (or even the RINO Republicans) will deploy this as a weapon in the immigration debate:
“So what that letting in more immigrants will cause more unemployment and underemployment among native born white Americans? That’s a good thing. Work is evil. Work is slavery. Unemployment is a form of liberation from the gulag. Job lock, or polar vortex, or polar lock, or job vortex, or something like that. You’ll be able to tuck in your kids at night and take up new hobbies like poetry or finger painting or finger painting poetry. And with your pittance income, minus sky high ObamaDontCare premiums and deductibles, you won’t be able to afford a glamorous new lifestyle of snowboarding in Vail all season long.”
“And also…school to prison pipeline.”
I’ll do the bad news first:
It’s coming from a Hispanic Mormon Congressman from Idaho who is problematic on immigration himself.
The good news:
There’s talk of toppling Boehner.
What Ann Coulter got while it was still embargoed is now available for everyone.
It’s mostly stuff I knew as a matter of either fact or common sense.
Here’s the problem with it:
The fundamental assumption in the minds of those who wrote it, (and since Phyllis Schlafly is almost 90, though a really cogent and on-the-ball 90, she probably had a lot of help in writing this), is that the most important things in human civilization are conservative American hobby horse issues. Now, in terms of the political battle conditions on the ground, that’s a feature, not a bug, because it’s written with the assumption that elected Republicans and grass roots conservatives will read it, and the purpose of the document in light of that is begging both groups not to let RINO mendacity and Roverrated/Zuckerbutt deceitful media buys targeted at them fool them into signing on to their own suicide.
However, that’s not my chief concern. I’m concerned with it for the negative effects it will have on white people, especially non-rich white people. I would have liked to have seen Phyllis Schlafly write something more like Jared Taylor would write. But we know that will never happen. To me, worrying about which ideologies are helped or harmed by mass non-white uncontrolled immigration is as silly as worrying about which vegetables will be consumed more or less as a result of it. Don’t forget, even among white people, ideologies have come and gone, and will always come and go. But race is forever; if we lose the white race, we lose everything and forever.
However, the hard cold current political reality is that amnesty and open borders, which is bad for white people qua white people, is only going to get stopped here in the mid-2010s time frame if lamer cons and hobby horse cons don’t buckle. Sure, the liberal analogue to Phyllis Schlafly could write a very similar report that amnesty and open borders hurts leftist hobby horse issues, except such a report will fall on blind eyes and deaf ears, because the sine qua non of the political left today is being against and hating white people, aka sniffing the KKKrazy Glue. The hobby horse left is fully on board with wiping out the borders, because they presume that the new Democrat voters will help them in their quest to implement their hobby horse leftist issues. And temporarily, they would be right. Just not in the long run.
Two slight knit picks I have with the the report from a factual basis.
While it states that (white) legal European immigrants are just as liberal as non-white legal immigrants, that’s like worrying about causing a flood on the floor of the desert with an eye dropper full of water dripping out one drop at a time. There are hardly any legal white European immigrants anyway.
About Asians — It may not be that changing kinds of Asian immigration has changed their voting habits from Republican in the 1980s to Democrat today. Asian-Americans, especially East Asian-Americans, almost always take their political and voting cues from people that surround them. What this means is that they don’t actually move the political needle, they just watch which way that other forces are moving it and then eke it along in that same direction a little bit. If Asians voted Republican in the ’80s, it means that they were surrounded by Republicans, and if they vote Democrat today, it means that they’re now surrounded by Democrats. Other factors caused the political constitution of the people that surround Asians to change, but Asians did not cause those things.
You can see that dynamic at work here in St. Louis. Asians in the city vote Democrat, Asians in Chesterfield vote Republican.
That said, I think the reason that so many of today’s Asians are on the left side of the hobby horse conservative issues, according to polls, is because they’re surrounded by people who have those opinions, not because they have those opinions themselves.
So Sean Trende’s fancy theory is that the Stupid Party is pushing amnesty+open borders because it wants to keep the 2014 red wave from being too big of a blowout for themselves, to make it a relatively narrow win. Because they’re afraid of the implications of winning big, or they don’t want the TPM to be able to take credit for a massive red wave, or they’re trying to drive out the TPM and win anyway (albeit more narrowly) to “prove” that they can win without it. Therefore, they’re pushing amnesty to depress their own base.
These are the kinds of off the wall theories that people come up with because they can’t accept Occam’s Razor, in this case, a donor riot.
But here’s proof that Trende’s theory is goofy — If the Stupid Party was trying to drive away its base on purpose by pushing amnesty, then why are they trying to make us think the amnesty plan they’re pushing is “conservative” and something we should embrace? Why is Mark Zuckerberg going to start opening up his daddy warbucks war chest soon to try to con conservatives into thinking whatever Boehner+Cantor+McCarthy+Rodgers+Ryan+Goodlatte spit out is conservative if this was all an effort to drive us away?
DHS seizes $21.6 million in fake NFL merchandise, arrests 50 involved
Ahead of the Super Bowl, federal officials announced a crackdown on counterfeit National Football League merchandise, revealing the seizure of more than $21.6 million in fake NFL merchandise, Thursday.
In an initiative called “Operation Team Player,” the feds targeted international shipments of counterfeit merchandise from abroad as it came into the United States, as well as warehouses, stores, online vendors, and street vendors selling counterfeit goods and tickets nationwide. The operation began in June.
“Our agents are committed to combating the criminal enterprises selling counterfeit products which undermine our economy, and take jobs away from Americans,” Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Acting Director John Sandweg said in a statement. “No good comes from counterfeiting American products regardless of whether they are jerseys, airbags or pharmaceuticals.”
ICE. You mean that Federal LEA that once upon a time actually enforced immigration law? Now it does everything but.
You see, nobody in Babylon actually wants to enforce immigration law. But everyone in Babylon wants ICE agents and ICE section leaders to have nice cushy Federal jobs, Federal benefits and Federal pensions. So the only thing you can do is send ICE on un-ICE-y duties, like hauling people wearing Google Glasses out of theaters (Hollywood bought Obama, Obama controls ICE, ergo ICE is now the MPAA’s private mercenary force), kiddie porn, child sex slavery and trafficking rings, and now, phony football uniforms.
Rush Limbaugh asks (paraphrased):
Why are RINOs going on MSNBC to push amnesty and open borders to a small niche audience that already agrees with it and an audience that has virtually no Republicans or conservatives?
For the same reason burglars work at midnight, not noon.
Top of Drudge as I write this. All immigration.
Since Drudge is the conveyor belt for conservative talk radio, thankfully, it will be all immigration all the time tomorrow and probably for the rest of the week.
I’m also hoping that this melts the phone lines to members of Congress. I have fairly recently re-started my daily calling, after having done the whole entire House between the Senate passing Gang Bangers of Eight and early December. I’m going to try to do the whole House again, but I can only knock down about two a day, because of the demands of the salt mines. And I have to save calling black Democrats and using my voice obfuscator doo-dad to make my voice baritone and therefore stereotypically black, pretending to be black to call black Democrats, for the days when I have access to my land line phone at home, as that doo-dad doesn’t work on sail foams. And yes, you can take that as a hint that I tailor my call to the member of Congress that I’m calling. I do call the Democrats, and frame opposition to amnesty using doctrinaire liberal hobby horse issues when talking to white Democrats, and saying that it’ll hurt black workers and jobs when I use my voice doo-dad to pretend to be black while talking to black Democrats. With Hispanic Democrats, I’ll just voice my opposition without giving a reason. Also, I pretend to be someone who lives in the district of the member of Congress I’m calling. I have a notebook with a listing for all 435 members and the strategy I use and a town in the district where I’ll claim to be from.
On this topic, Jeff Sessions’s office has a really good and just about entirely right on 15-page document to bust the talking points of the RINO-leaning open borders lobby, hosted on Breitbart.
Drudge’s main course is a link to Ann Coulter’s latest, which in turn cites an otherwise embargoed immigration report from St. Louis’s own Phyllis Schlafly. From what AC says about it, and knowing Phyllis Schlafly the way I do, I think the report will be definitely worth everyone’s time, and crucial reading. But I also know I’ll have a few disagreements in spots. If she says and writes what I think she’s going to, I think she’s going to miss the capability of American elections to become Mississippiized. IOW, she’ll make the case that non-white immigration will very soon doom the Republican Party, but she’ll be assuming that the white vote percentages for Republicans aren’t much malleable upward. As the state of Mississippi proves, white people, especially the right kind of white people, will vote almost monolithically for a flawed party that’s not entirely in their best and ideal interests, because they know the other option is black rule.
Conservatives in the House of Representatives feel like President Barack Obama’s brief call for immigration reform legislation during Tuesday evening’s State of the Union speech fell flat.
Rep. Steve King (R-IA), a hawk on immigration, told Breitbart News to look at how the vast majority of Republicans in the chamber—with the exceptions of House Budget Committee chairman Paul Ryan and Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart (R-FL), among few others—stayed seated in disapproval of Obama’s push for amnesty.
Okay then, someone should capture still shots or video of Paul Ryan, Mario Diaz-Balart, and the few others, standing and applauding Obama’s call for busting the borders wide open, then use that in their media buys when they primary these “Republicans.”
As an aside, Eric Cantor applauded, but did not stand. Still, he didn’t have to stand, because we know where he stands.
Reps. Jason Chaffetz (Utah), Trey Gowdy (S.C.), Justin Amash (Mich.), Renee Ellmers (N.C.) and Steve Scalise (La.)
Gowdy has made noises going back and forth, so I’m not surprised he’s on this list. I am surprised that Justin Amash is on this list, but I’m surprised in a good way. With him being in the Ron and Rand Paul axis, I would have guessed that he would be clear on the open borders side, but happy that he’s at least wobbly.
Now here’s the understatement of the whole article:
“Libertarians are more inclined to an open borders strategy,” said a GOP aide, who was not named in The Hill story.
Duh, you think? All libertarianism is these days is just another race denying cult designed to deny white people the right to collective racial social and political organization, enhanced with some pied piper boob bait rhetoric and empty promises about “freedom.” Do you think people associated with that school of “thought” would want open borders or no borders?
“American Dream” these days means all the illegal squat monsters get to stay. It has absolutely nothing to do with young native born white Americans being able to start a family and buy a house.
Because…if you think that it still does…RACISM, or XENOPHOBIA, or HOMOPHOBIA, or TRANSPHOBIA, or NATIVISM, or HETERONORMATIVITY, or INTERSECTIONALITY, or ZOMG ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE, or, something like that.
All the causes listed here are right. But of course they leave out the taboo I-word.
On Sunday I talked and emailed with four sources intimately involved in the immigration matter, and the picture that emerges is yes, some Republicans have discussed delaying action on immigration until after the threat of primary challenges passes. But no, it does not appear that the GOP leadership is planning to do it or is even pushing the idea — and besides, there is no guarantee at all that Republicans will agree to do anything on immigration, anyway.
First, from the top. “There are a lot of members who think primary dates should be a factor,” says one leadership aide. “The Speaker is not one of them.” Another leadership aide stresses that “absolutely no” decisions have been made and “I’ve not heard one word about primary calendars and filing deadlines. That [Wall Street Journal] passage is people projecting their desires.”
Yet another aide concedes that the issue has been discussed among the membership, but there’s an obvious problem: it’s such an obvious maneuver. “If you do it before the primaries, a lot of the members are going to be skittish about doing it before the primaries,” the aide says. “They’re not going to take the vote. But when you start to say that, then it looks political. So all of these members who are facing primaries are going to be asked, ‘What are you going to do?’” The aide notes that if GOP voters believe lawmakers are even thinking about taking action on immigration, they will demand that their representative make some sort of binding pledge, as when many GOP members found themselves under pressure to promise not to vote to raise the debt ceiling. That would be counter-productive for those Republican members who want to pass one or more immigration bills.
Finally, a well-connected strategist calls the primary challenge talk recounted in the Wall Street Journal “painfully blunt” and adds, “I don’t know what leadership staff would say that.” Even talking about delaying action on immigration in order to foil primary challenges could incite conservatives out in the districts to launch primary challenges.
The strategist stresses that, for all the talk, there’s no agreement within the House GOP on what to do about immigration. But there’s no question the issue is on the table. “The focus of the retreat is how do we address the economy and jobs,” the strategist says. “There are going to be a couple of specific issues that are brought up because they are clearly things that are going to have to be dealt with — the debt ceiling, health care, and immigration is one of those, as well.”
Let me net this out for you:
On one side, you have RINOs who want to wait until the primary season is over so that whatever scam they try to pull on us, we can’t do anything about it through primarying the RINOs.
On the other side, you have RINOs who don’t want to wait until the primary season is over, because doing so would be too obvious that they’re trying to scam us and pull a fast one over on us.
Oh my, this is what it’s down to. Debating on how best to scam us.
Because…the Chamber Pot of Commerce is opening the daddy warbucks war chest, big time.
The only slight silver lining in this cloud is at least they’re aware that they’re being treacherous.
But it is the best reason overall to oppose it. Any decent sane white person should.
Because…we, too, need our gravid space.
In related news, the 45th President of the United States notes the hypocrisy of the 44th President of the United States being concerned about income inequality then wanting to do the most incomely inegalitarian thing of all.
Johnson, who had earlier served as general counsel for the Department of Defense under Obama from 2009 to 2012, told the more than 270 mayors in attendance that enforcing immigration law was one of the main missions of DHS.
“The five core missions of the Department of Homeland Security are guarding against terrorism, securing our borders, enforcing our nation’s immigration laws, safeguarding cyberspace and critical infrastructure in partnership with the private sector, and supporting emergency preparedness and response efforts at every level,” Johnson said.
I’m sure that one got ten minutes of riotous and incontinence-inducing laughter from the audience.
“Back in 2010, Bill Gates Sr. made the case for I-1098, an initiative for a WA state income tax that Gates argued was needed to address K-12 funding inequity, which he claimed was forcing businesses “to import technically-trained employees, while our own people are shut out of highly paid careers.” Opposed by the deep-pocketed, high-tech studded Defeat 1098, the initiative was defeated. Four years later, some of the same high-tech leaders who records show funded Defeat 1098 — including Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer ($425K), Microsoft General Counsel Brad Smith ($10K), Code.org founder Hadi Partovi ($10K), Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos ($100K), Microsoft Corporation ($75K) — have gotten behind groups like Mark Zuckerberg’s FWD.us and Code.org, which are singing a similar Chicken Little tune, telling lawmakers that U.S. students will continue to be shut out of highly paid computer science careers without additional K-12 funding, and the U.S. will lose its competitive edge unless tech is permitted to import even more technically-trained employees. In a departure from Gates’ income-tax based solution, Microsoft and Code.org argue that the-problem-is-the-solution, proposing that tech visa fees be used to fund K-12 CS programs. To ‘accept that computer science classes are only available to the privileged few,’ writes Code.org, ‘seems un-American’. So, as some of the nation’s biggest K-12 school systems turn to Code.org for CS education programs, should they expect the funding to come from taxes, H-1B tech visa fees, or the-kindness-of-wealthy-strangers philanthropy?”
I need to sit down, all this mental running around in circles is making me dizzy.
Let me try to pick this apart.
Bill Gates wanted higher income taxes to fund Washington State schools because they were so bad that he had no choice but to use H-1Bs. (Are Americans outside of Washington State not allowed to work for MSFT?) But the people funding the opposition to his effort were all in his own house at MSFT, save Bezos. If the tax would have passed, it would have resulted in more people that MSFT won’t hire because they can nab H-1Bs on the cheap. So now, everyone involved in that narrative is now beating the drums for more H-1B visas, skimming off some of the visa fees to fund domestic education to create more CSIT-trained Americans that will never be able to work in CSIT because of all the H-1Bs.
I swear to God, Deliverance didn’t have this much incest.
House Conservatives Plot Takedown of GOP Leaders’ Amnesty Plans
As House Republican leaders prepare an immigration proposal that could go much further towards amnesty than their prior public stances, conservative lawmakers are quietly plotting to push back.
Aides from over a dozen House offices secretly convened today on the Senate side of the Capitol at a meeting organized by Senator Jeff Sessions of Alabama, a top immigration hawk who has recently involved himself more aggressively in the affairs of the lower chamber.
“Over here in the Senate working for Senator Sessions, we learned a lot last year about the strategies employed by the powerful forces pushing bad immigration policies–and how to counter them,” reads a copy of the invitation to the meeting provided to Breitbart News by a House staffer.
Officials close to the matter say conservative critics of Speaker John Boehner’s planned immigration push are working to issue their own rival immigration principles to vie with the document Boehner is drafting.
Yeah I guess that’s okay, but Boner and Company aren’t interested in whatever you have to say because the Chamber Pot of Commerce is opening up the daddy warbucks war chest.
The strategy they should be taking isn’t hard to figure out:
1. As long as more House Republicans oppose any form of amnesty than support it, it won’t happen as long as the Hastert Rule isn’t broken.
2. However, Boehner might want to bust the Hastert Rule to get it passed, because the Chamber Pot of Commerce has probably promised Boehner a cushy lifetime sinecure if doing so wrecks his political career.
3. So if Boehner looks like he wants to bust the Hastert Rule, anti-amnesty House Republicans should revolt and overthrow their top four leadership, all of them thrown in for amnesty and open borders: Boehner, Eric Cantor, Kevin McCarthy and Cathy McMorris-Rodgers.
Oh boy, this is right up Rand Paul’s alley: He loves Detroit, and he loves green cards.
Of course it would work. That’s because it’s easy to improve on the lowest blackest common denominator. But it will also be a huge embarrassment to the native Bellcurvii of the city, who took one of the most prosperous important cities in the world when white people built it and populated it and turned it into the laughingstock of the world.
One of the recurring themes over at Steve Sailer has been the glut of white people with Spanish names using the opportunity and riding on the backs of the growing population of Chicano, mulatto and black Hispanics to fame, fortune and power. (*) He has cited Juan Pablo Galavis as an example.
What’s interesting about this is that I can’t figure out who has priority in liberal kookville: White Hispanics or LGBTQMIAPDLOLPLPLTH. I’ll have to wait for the thought police to clear the rubble at this intersectionality to find out.
(*) – Since the start of the year, I have a few times seen a web ad advertising that instant coffee Nescafe. It shows a white man who seems to be a firefighter enjoying that particular beverage while in his uniform inside of what seems to be a fire house. The man looks a lot like my late firefighter uncle (RIP, JDB) did when he was about 40 years old. But…the audio track and the visuals were in Spanish.
A typical Wal-Martinez StuporCenter is 470 ft x 441 ft x 25 ft.
Assume a green card, aka work visa, aka work permit, is the standard credit card size, 3.37 in x 2.125 in x 0.03 in.
How many green cards could a WMSC hold? And more importantly, would that be enough for “Mr. Extensive Work Visas” himself, Rand Paul?
This was pretty good, especially coming from someone who I wish would talk about the immigration issue more.
However, there are two points I wish he would have made, or maybe he didn’t because he doesn’t know them himself:
1. Even if a hypothetical piece of immigration legislation that grants legal status, grants a complete legal forbearance of deportation and work visas but no chance of citizenship isn’t dragged into Federal court for 14th Amendment/Equal Protection concerns, or it is and survives it, it’s still bad simply because of the downward pressure it will create on wages and salaries. And it won’t just do so directly in industries in which the newly legalized illegals will be working, it will do so economy-wide. Which is why the Chamber Pot of Commerce is threatening to go on a donor riot — Cheap labor baby, cheap labor everywhere.
2. Our virtual open border to our south is the prime reason why American agriculture has not yet been totally mechanized in terms of bringing the harvest in. But even if the only way crops could be harvested was at the hands of Hispanics, we already have enough Hispanics here, both citizens and legal aliens, to last us ’till the end of time. It’s just that when they learn how to work the welfare system, they stop working hard, so a whole new fresh over the border bunch has to be imported. That and the never ending supply of replacements keeps wages low.
But I think it could be true. Especially since 20% of all El Salvadorians in the world live in the United States.
DMV: Most Fail Test For Driver Authorization Card
Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles officials have advice for immigrants seeking a driver authorization card: Study.
They estimate 75 percent of applicants have failed the written test needed for the card under a new law that made the state the 11th nationally to offer driving privileges to people in the country illegally. The cards became available Thursday.
Applicants must correctly answer 80 percent of 50 questions to pass the test. They also are required to pass a driving exam to receive cards. The failure rate on the driving test was not immediately available.
“We’d much rather see people come in prepared than just come in to see if they will pass or not,” DMV spokesman Kevin Malone told KSNV-TV in Las Vegas. “You need to study the (driver’s) handbook, make sure you have all the documentation and then come on in.”
Except this is modern multiracial America, where our diversity is our strength. Minorities don’t fail tests, tests fail minorities. Only an old racist bigot would suggest that the answer is to study better. In New America, we find a Federal judge to declare the test itself to be unconstitutional because of the disparate impact it has on minorities.
[RAND] PAUL: Yes. The reason — and I’ve had this conversation with Senator Schumer before — is that the reason it has failed is that the Senate bill that he proposed actually limited work visas and, I think, creates an incentive for more illegal immigration.
I’m for very expansive work visas. If you want to come to our country or if you’re one of the 11 million who are here, I’m for giving you a work visa.
There is a debate, though, over citizenship and how quickly. I don’t think the House is ready for citizenship.
So, really, the question to Democrats is will you go halfway?
Are you willing to try to bring the 11 million people who are here, bring them out of the shadows, give them an existence, try to have — be more humane and try to get them a better situation for them?
That could happen tomorrow. The problem is, is the sticking point going to be we have to have immediate voting privileges for those who came here illegally?
I think that’s more of a sticking point.
If the Democrats are willing to come halfway, I think we can pass something — some meaningful reform that would help the 11 million who are here.
“Very expansive work visas” means very cheap labor. And you can bet that not only is it way more than 11 million currently in country (Newt Gingrich estimated 36 million several years ago), if Rand Paul wants to give a work visa to anyone who comes here, legally or illegally, you’re looking at numbers in the billions, with a “B.”
And the “debate…over citizenship and how quickly” and the “sticking points” over “immediate voting privileges” is all kabuki theater. The two main principle forces in “comprehensive immigration reform,” an oligopoly of big businesses and the illegal aliens themselves, only really want a full legal forbearance of deportation (even though deportation rarely happens anymore), far many more employment visas granted to people that are currently illegal aliens, and far many more if not totally unrestricted legal immigrant visas granted under the H-xB/J-x aegis.
The only reason there’s a row over citizenship and voting is that Democrats want the votes, while Republicans don’t want new voters for Democrats. That could be what kills the whole deal. Even though we know illegal aliens can and do vote; It stands to reason that quasi-legalized former illegal aliens with work visas will also be voting.
Found this on AR.
What the HELL is this?
I could swear up and down that I’ve seen this before. I do know that it has something to do with immigration. Probably the cover art to some book glorifying open borders.
It all fits together so neatly, so comprehensively.
I only wish they would have ruled in her favor, so she would have gotten her kid back, taken both the kid and herself back to Guatemala, and some dweeby white people would have learned their lesson about taking in cuckoo birds. But the article doesn’t say where the mother currently is, if she’s still in country and in state, or whether she was physically deported back to Guatemala. Of course, since actual physical deportation is rare, it’s highly likely she’s still here, and will probably be here for the rest of her life barring the election of an actual immigration patriot as President.
Either way, we’re stuck with the kid. And we’re stuck with more and more fresh floods of non-white legal and illegal aliens to work at the chicken plucking plant where this drama all began.
UMSL is next up to bat.
Note to World: I found a new gap: The “affordability gap.”
Note to World Part 2: I thought there was already a state law that was supposed to prevent this.
But don’t worry, they won’t be deported. No way Jose.
“The owners and managers of these restaurants took advantage of their workers’ immigration status for their own profit,” [Steven] Dettelbach [The U.S. Attorney for Northern Ohio -- Ed.] said.
Flooding the country with non-white immigrants for the sake of the profits of businesses. Dettelbach should look up to the man who appointed him if he wants to find more of that.